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Practical Container Orchestration

Discover how you can ramp up your app development efforts

Date: June 11 from 9:00 to NaN:aN Central European Time

Hit the ground running with IBM Cloud by deploying highly available apps in Docker containers that run in Kubernetes clusters. Containers are a standard way to package apps and all their dependencies so that you can seamlessly move the apps between environments. Unlike virtual machines, containers do not bundle the operating system. Only the app code, run time, system tools, libraries, and settings are packaged inside containers. Containers are more lightweight, portable, and efficient than virtual machines.

Combining Docker containers and Kubernetes orchestration all together can bring a lot of advantages in the IBM Cloud (Private or Public):

  • Single-tenant Kubernetes clusters with compute, network, and storage infrastructure isolation
  • Image security compliance with Vulnerability Advisor
  • Automatic scaling of apps
  • Automatic re-creation of containers in case of failures
  • Continuous health checks on containers that are deployed on a worker node
  • Service discovery and service management
  • Secure exposure of services to the public
  • IBM Cloud service integration

 

Highlights:
During this workshop, we will highlight some major features of Container Orchestration:

  • Containers
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • IBM Cloud
  • App Security

 

Agenda:

  • Part #1: Containers
    • History of containers
    • Docker
    • Architecture
    • Registries
    • Compose
    • Examples and use cases
    • Demonstrations
    • Labs
  • Part #2: Container Orchestration
    • Overview
    • Kubernetes
    • Terminology
    • Architecture
    • Functionalities
    • Examples and use cases
    • Demonstrations
    • Labs
  • Part #3: Container Orchestration in IBM Clouds
    • Containers in the IBM Cloud Public
    • Containers in the IBM Cloud Private
    • Demonstrations
    • Labs

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